Weekend Wrap-Up: The 5 Things You Missed On Your Days Off

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It’s that time again–Monday morning, back to the office. You may have had a great weekend resting up (you might have even taken in a Quidditch game or two) but it’s likely you’ve missed out on some big news and trending links over the past few days.

However, there’s no need to stress. NewsFeed was online all weekend and is ready to share the must see stories, videos and tidbits you might have missed while you were weekending. You can thank us later.

Manny Pacquiao Takes His Place Among the Greatest Fighters of All Time – Not exactly a surprising win, but definitely a win your coworkers will be talking about. (The Guardian)

The Dramatic Decline of the Manly Man – Where have all the guys’ guys gone? Peter McAllister knows and is ready to talk. (Salon)

Bill Clinton Films Cameo For the Hangover 2 – It’s not exactly world news but still pretty noteworthy–and awesome. (NewsFeed)

The Plot to Cheat Germany’s Holocaust Survivors – Claire Suddath explores how 17 people allegedly managed to cheat survivors of the Holocaust out of more that $42 million dollars. (TIME)

Video – A new world record has been set — 15-year-old Feliks Zemdegs solved a Rubik’s cube in 6.77 seconds. Check out the amazing video below.

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